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The Curse of Good by Otto von Münchow (In Flow with Otto)
When I teach photography, I am often asked for tricks that can make a student’s photographs better. The truth is, there aren’t any easy tricks that will quickly result in great photography. The curse of today’s technology is that it is fairly quickly to get good at it. That is literally the problem. It’s like inheriting money before you have learned the value of hard work.
Am I good enough?

Photography 101

Finally! A Photography 101 Course I Can Recommend by CJ Chilvers (CJ Chilvers)
Most mainstream photography courses focus on what matters to professional photographers and ignore the 99.9% of us who are hobbyists. Their advice is misguided at best, and scammy at worst.
C.J. writes with a tone that makes it seem like he hates professional photographers. Who writes about photography and gives advice but has no online portfolio? I think he lacks credibility. One more to remove from my RSS feeds. Forget the online course he recommended. Go take an in-person course like one from Princeton Photo…

Pine

I'm in that mood where I just have to take the camera with me everywhere. I have an itch to capture what I see. Maybe it's the new camera and lens, the FujiFilm X-T2 + Fujinon XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR, that is rekindling my passion for photography. Or maybe it's just all in my head.…